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Best Radio CKUT podcasts we could find (updated July 2020)
Best Radio CKUT podcasts we could find
Updated July 2020
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Positve Vibes: One of the longest running shows on CKUT, originated by Janice Dayle “J.D”, in 1986 (pre-FM licence) and arguably, opening the door to other Caribbean, Afro-centric programmes. It has had various other hosts over the years including Sistah P (Pat Dillon, currently host of Bhum Bhum Time) Prym Tyme, and Majesty. The current hosts are Johnny Black, Roger Moore and Nadine. Montreal’s reggae matrix, they play all forms of reggae, roots, rub a dub, ska, dancehall, vintage, rarites ...
 
Full Circle presents reggae music and its international influence on modern music. The show includes interviews, live sessions, background information on artists, and even poetry sessions. The show focuses on reggae music but will sometimes branch out to ska, rock steady, mento, and other forms of Jamaican folk music. Catch Full Circle, hosted by Donald Hall & Kya Kindu every Wednesday morning from 4:00-6:00am.
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or listen on-line. CKUT is composed of over 200 volunteers working with a staff of coordinators, not just to make creative and insightful radio programm ...
 
With Howard “Stretch” Carr, Faith Sankar , & DJ Nicholas West Indian Rhythms is Montreal’s first and longest running Caribbean culture radio program, bringing the Kumpa, Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Dancehall since 1982. Including weekly features “Caribbean News Roundup”, sports, current affairs, and community issues with an emphasis on island cultures. Discussions include sports, track & field, cricket, the music of Byron Lee, Carlos Malcom, or Desmond Dekker, broadcasting true Caribbean love ...
 
Roots, Rock and Reggae, with your hosts Fluxy, Singing P, and Mr. Boom, has been airing since 1996. Tune in to hear anything from roots, to lovers’ rock, calypso, a little bit of soca, ska and rock steady. Smooth island tunes and dancehall fans will also find their fix on this show. Listeners call in to make requests, send greetings and discuss a variety of topics. Check out one of the very early shows in 1994-95 with Fluxy, Prym Tyme and Johnny Black in CKUT’s Time Capsule The shows airs ev ...
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Good for mild to moderate ennui as well as stiffness of the neck and feet. Featuring Logic Johnson & The Derfman, catch Listen! You Smell Something? ...
 
Emerging from the rubble of dance music, where genre distinctions are collapsing, monopolies toppling and orthodoxies disintegrating on an hourly basis, Your Radio is Broken is a genre-transcending palette of raw music whose pluralism mirrors the fundamental shifts taking place around the world. Your Radio is Broken serves those looking for alternative, cutting edge, electronic music that is as energetic and diverse as the city of Montreal. The show aims to bring exposure to underground/inde ...
 
Soca Sessions features music from Calypso, Rapso, Zouk, Groovy Soca and Soca genres that are indigenous to the Caribbean and the world at large. Soca Sessions mission is to keep the Soca aspect of the Caribbean culture alive in Montreal. When it comes to Montreal’s Caribbean music scene, Production Sounds is considered Soca royalty. Also hosting Soca Sessions program Eloi Thomas, SK. Soca Sessions is full of surprises with DJs, Guests and artists every week. This team takes you through a mus ...
 
Free City Radio explores ideas at the intersection of social activism and the arts. A radio program featuring in-depth interviews on contemporary political currents in Québec, in Canada and around the world, highlighting creative voices involved in struggles for transformative social change. Free City Radio also features music, each broadcast includes inspired new sounds, selections crossing all musical genres. Stefan Christoff hosts Free City Radio on CKUT radio, broadcasting every Wednesda ...
 
Dragonroot Media is a feminist media collective that aims to produce anti-oppressive media with a gender focus. Dragonroot values self-determination and representation, and works within an anti-oppressive, anti-racist, and anti-colonial framework. As a feminist media collective, Dragonroot enthusiastically rejects the notion of neutral and objective media, recognizing it as actively supporting established social power dynamics and institutional violences. Dragonroot Media is media collective ...
 
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Pro-V host of All Da Way Live Radio and DJ on Off The Hook Radio, interviews Budda Blaze, tour manager for A Tribe Called Red, music producer and host/dj of Off The Hook Radio; bee keeper and podcaster (Oil and Flowers). Over 20 years of radio experience beginning when he was a teen in Kahnawake. Tons of hip hop history and musical evolution from b…
 
With Howard “Stretch” Carr, Faith Sankar , & DJ Nicholas West Indian Rhythms is Montreal’s first and longest running Caribbean culture radio program, bringing the Kumpa, Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Dancehall since 1982.Including weekly features “Caribbean News Roundup”, sports, current affairs, and community issues with an emphasis on island culture…
 
Nick Angeloni is a composer, audio engineer, pianist and synthesist who releases work under the name n-So.One of the hallmarks of Nick's fantastic 2018 album 'A Stroke of Blue' is its careful balance of felted piano and electronics — it's an album that's full of accessible moments that twist in just the right way. Depending on the listener, the alb…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
Soca Sessions features music from Calypso, Rapso, Zouk, Groovy Soca and Soca genres that are indigenous to the Caribbean and the world at large. Soca Sessions mission is to keep the Soca aspect of the Caribbean culture alive in Montreal. When it comes to Montreal’s Caribbean music scene, Production Sounds is considered Soca royalty. Also hosting So…
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Goo…
 
Positve Vibes: One of the longest running shows on CKUT, originated by Janice Dayle “J.D”, in 1986 (pre-FM licence) and arguably, opening the door to other Caribbean, Afro-centric programmes. It has had various other hosts over the years including Sistah P (Pat Dillon, currently host of Bhum Bhum Time) Prym Tyme, and Majesty. The current hosts are …
 
On this episode there are interviews with Mohamed Barry, spokes person of Statut pour les guinéens campaign, speaking on experience of Black workers in Dollarama warehouses around Montreal, currently there is a campaign by Dollarama workers to call for justice that is supported by the Immigrant Workers Centre. For background info on the Dollarama w…
 
Full Circle presents reggae music and its international influence on modern music. The show includes interviews, live sessions, background information on artists, and even poetry sessions. The show focuses on reggae music but will sometimes branch out to ska, rock steady, mento, and other forms of Jamaican folk music. Catch Full Circle, hosted by D…
 
Emerging from the rubble of dance music, where genre distinctions are collapsing, monopolies toppling and orthodoxies disintegrating on an hourly basis, Your Radio is Broken is a genre-transcending palette of raw music whose pluralism mirrors the fundamental shifts taking place around the world. Your Radio is Broken serves those looking for alterna…
 
Roots, Rock and Reggae, with your hosts Fluxy, Singing P, and Mr. Boom, has been airing since 1996. Tune in to hear anything from roots, to lovers’ rock, calypso, a little bit of soca, ska and rock steady. Smooth island tunes and dancehall fans will also find their fix on this show. Listeners call in to make requests, send greetings and discuss a v…
 
With Howard “Stretch” Carr, Faith Sankar , & DJ Nicholas West Indian Rhythms is Montreal’s first and longest running Caribbean culture radio program, bringing the Kumpa, Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Dancehall since 1982.Including weekly features “Caribbean News Roundup”, sports, current affairs, and community issues with an emphasis on island culture…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
Soca Sessions features music from Calypso, Rapso, Zouk, Groovy Soca and Soca genres that are indigenous to the Caribbean and the world at large. Soca Sessions mission is to keep the Soca aspect of the Caribbean culture alive in Montreal. When it comes to Montreal’s Caribbean music scene, Production Sounds is considered Soca royalty. Also hosting So…
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Goo…
 
Positve Vibes: One of the longest running shows on CKUT, originated by Janice Dayle “J.D”, in 1986 (pre-FM licence) and arguably, opening the door to other Caribbean, Afro-centric programmes. It has had various other hosts over the years including Sistah P (Pat Dillon, currently host of Bhum Bhum Time) Prym Tyme, and Majesty. The current hosts are …
 
Full Circle presents reggae music and its international influence on modern music. The show includes interviews, live sessions, background information on artists, and even poetry sessions. The show focuses on reggae music but will sometimes branch out to ska, rock steady, mento, and other forms of Jamaican folk music. Catch Full Circle, hosted by D…
 
Emerging from the rubble of dance music, where genre distinctions are collapsing, monopolies toppling and orthodoxies disintegrating on an hourly basis, Your Radio is Broken is a genre-transcending palette of raw music whose pluralism mirrors the fundamental shifts taking place around the world. Your Radio is Broken serves those looking for alterna…
 
Roots, Rock and Reggae, with your hosts Fluxy, Singing P, and Mr. Boom, has been airing since 1996. Tune in to hear anything from roots, to lovers’ rock, calypso, a little bit of soca, ska and rock steady. Smooth island tunes and dancehall fans will also find their fix on this show. Listeners call in to make requests, send greetings and discuss a v…
 
With Howard “Stretch” Carr, Faith Sankar , & DJ Nicholas West Indian Rhythms is Montreal’s first and longest running Caribbean culture radio program, bringing the Kumpa, Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Dancehall since 1982.Including weekly features “Caribbean News Roundup”, sports, current affairs, and community issues with an emphasis on island culture…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
Soca Sessions features music from Calypso, Rapso, Zouk, Groovy Soca and Soca genres that are indigenous to the Caribbean and the world at large. Soca Sessions mission is to keep the Soca aspect of the Caribbean culture alive in Montreal. When it comes to Montreal’s Caribbean music scene, Production Sounds is considered Soca royalty. Also hosting So…
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Goo…
 
Positve Vibes: One of the longest running shows on CKUT, originated by Janice Dayle “J.D”, in 1986 (pre-FM licence) and arguably, opening the door to other Caribbean, Afro-centric programmes. It has had various other hosts over the years including Sistah P (Pat Dillon, currently host of Bhum Bhum Time) Prym Tyme, and Majesty. The current hosts are …
 
Full Circle presents reggae music and its international influence on modern music. The show includes interviews, live sessions, background information on artists, and even poetry sessions. The show focuses on reggae music but will sometimes branch out to ska, rock steady, mento, and other forms of Jamaican folk music. Catch Full Circle, hosted by D…
 
Emerging from the rubble of dance music, where genre distinctions are collapsing, monopolies toppling and orthodoxies disintegrating on an hourly basis, Your Radio is Broken is a genre-transcending palette of raw music whose pluralism mirrors the fundamental shifts taking place around the world. Your Radio is Broken serves those looking for alterna…
 
Roots, Rock and Reggae, with your hosts Fluxy, Singing P, and Mr. Boom, has been airing since 1996. Tune in to hear anything from roots, to lovers’ rock, calypso, a little bit of soca, ska and rock steady. Smooth island tunes and dancehall fans will also find their fix on this show. Listeners call in to make requests, send greetings and discuss a v…
 
On the 9th edition of the Free City Radio podcast we go to Minnesota to highlight the voices of community organizers involved in the #JusticeForGeorgeFloyd campaign.First we hear from Jaylani Hussein who is a community organizer with the Council on American-Islamic Relations (CAIR-Minnesota). CAIR organized one of the first community-driven protest…
 
With Howard “Stretch” Carr, Faith Sankar , & DJ Nicholas West Indian Rhythms is Montreal’s first and longest running Caribbean culture radio program, bringing the Kumpa, Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Dancehall since 1982.Including weekly features “Caribbean News Roundup”, sports, current affairs, and community issues with an emphasis on island culture…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
Soca Sessions features music from Calypso, Rapso, Zouk, Groovy Soca and Soca genres that are indigenous to the Caribbean and the world at large. Soca Sessions mission is to keep the Soca aspect of the Caribbean culture alive in Montreal. When it comes to Montreal’s Caribbean music scene, Production Sounds is considered Soca royalty. Also hosting So…
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Goo…
 
Positve Vibes: One of the longest running shows on CKUT, originated by Janice Dayle “J.D”, in 1986 (pre-FM licence) and arguably, opening the door to other Caribbean, Afro-centric programmes. It has had various other hosts over the years including Sistah P (Pat Dillon, currently host of Bhum Bhum Time) Prym Tyme, and Majesty. The current hosts are …
 
All Da Way Live Radio hosts Widget and Pro-V take advantage of this COVID lock down to interview Montreal OG Don Smooth (former host, producer of Street Sounds on K103 Radio). A two hour discussion on the history of hip hop from early 80s to now. Broadcast June 10th 2020 on CKUT 90.3fm. https://archive.org/download/adwl-june-10-2020/ADWL%20June%201…
 
The Morning Detour on CKUT 90.3fm have been adding a strong dose of caffeine to Friday Mornings on CKUT. A blend of hip hop, current affairs, and local business news. This show takes a critical and open conversation about Montreal response to police killing of George Floyd from elected officials to everyday people. Hosts Wizzy Moonchaser, So Kay, T…
 
Full Circle presents reggae music and its international influence on modern music. The show includes interviews, live sessions, background information on artists, and even poetry sessions. The show focuses on reggae music but will sometimes branch out to ska, rock steady, mento, and other forms of Jamaican folk music. Catch Full Circle, hosted by D…
 
Emerging from the rubble of dance music, where genre distinctions are collapsing, monopolies toppling and orthodoxies disintegrating on an hourly basis, Your Radio is Broken is a genre-transcending palette of raw music whose pluralism mirrors the fundamental shifts taking place around the world. Your Radio is Broken serves those looking for alterna…
 
Roots, Rock and Reggae, with your hosts Fluxy, Singing P, and Mr. Boom, has been airing since 1996. Tune in to hear anything from roots, to lovers’ rock, calypso, a little bit of soca, ska and rock steady. Smooth island tunes and dancehall fans will also find their fix on this show. Listeners call in to make requests, send greetings and discuss a v…
 
With Howard “Stretch” Carr, Faith Sankar , & DJ Nicholas West Indian Rhythms is Montreal’s first and longest running Caribbean culture radio program, bringing the Kumpa, Reggae, Calypso, Soca, and Dancehall since 1982.Including weekly features “Caribbean News Roundup”, sports, current affairs, and community issues with an emphasis on island culture…
 
The Mash Time Show is produced and distributed in collaboration with CKUT, a non-profit campus-community radio station based at McGill University. CKUT provides alternative music, news and spoken word programming to the city of Montréal and surrounding areas, 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Hear us at 90.3 MHz on the FM dial, 91.7 by cable, or lis…
 
Soca Sessions features music from Calypso, Rapso, Zouk, Groovy Soca and Soca genres that are indigenous to the Caribbean and the world at large. Soca Sessions mission is to keep the Soca aspect of the Caribbean culture alive in Montreal. When it comes to Montreal’s Caribbean music scene, Production Sounds is considered Soca royalty. Also hosting So…
 
Feels like 1976… 3 hours a week of straight funk by the earful / noseful, with all the necessary side steps into blues and soul down the buffet line. Old school by trade, showcasing equal parts classic, dusty and buried grooves, with a soft spot for blaxploitation soundtracks. Drizzled with offbeat repartee and the occasional conspiracy report. Goo…
 
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